Unique Legal Research
For a practicing legal professional who happens to be already hard-pressed for time, it is usually challenging to find time for detailed legal research and writing. This is where our attorneys come into picture to help you out.
With over 6+ years of experience, Dar Al Haqooq offers unique legal research and writing outsourcing services to assist attorneys and law firms in meeting strict deadlines and fulfilling unpredicted client requirements without having to spend money on hiring full-time in-house staff.
What we offer?
Our highly-efficient team of attorneys and para-legals originate from diverse backgrounds and impart their rich experience in conducting effectual legal research for our clients.
They expertly examine through data by means of several research tools readily available with us. Consistent extra training and updates related to the ever-changing laws, strengthens our teams’ analytical abilities and detail-oriented approach.
Litigation is going to court and arguing case before a Judge.
Non-Litigation is almost everything other than going to court & arguing case before a Judge.
Statutory laws are written laws that are passed by an legislative body. Statutory laws differ from regulatory, administrative, and common law
Case Law Research is the collection of reported cases that form the body of law within a given jurisdiction. It is based upon judicial opinions by various courts, which may set future precedent.
Regulatory & Administrative law is the body of law created by administrative agencies in the form of rules, regulations, procedures, orders, and decisions.
Secondary sources are materials that discuss, explain, analyze, and critique the law. They discuss the law, but are not the law itself. Sources, such as Law Journals, Encyclopedias, and Treatises are used as Secondary Legal Research.
Our experienced team of Lawyers do Legal Analysis of a transaction or matter which is relied on by the addressee of the opinion and issue the Legal Conclusions about the same in the form of letter. Main Aim is to inform the addressee of legal effect of the transaction or matter.